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Revisiting the STOVIA student movement that sparks National Awakening

Every May 20, Indonesia commemorates the National Awakening Day (Harkitnas) which gave rise to sense of national unity.

Twin teachers save street kids from the grip of poverty

Kartini Emergency School, founded by twin teachers Sri “Rian” Irianingsih and Sri “Rossy” Rossyati is no stranger to Indonesia’s education scene. They have devoted 33 years of their life disseminating knowledge to marginalized children living a harsh life in the capital.

A boy from NTT wins international Math Olympiad, beating 7,000 other contestants

Caesar Archangels Hendrik Meo Tnunay (affectionately known as “Nono”), a second-year elementary school student from East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), brought fame to the country after he grabbed the first prize in the 2022 Abacus World Competition.

Govt to provide online learning for children of Indonesian citizens in Malaysia

The Education, Culture, Research and Technology Ministry (Kemendikbudristek) reveal that there are 1,173 children of Indonesian citizens (WNI) working in Malaysia who have no access to education.

11 Indonesian students make waves at WCS 2022

A proud achievement was made by 11 Indonesian students from IPEKA Integrated Christian School (IICS) junior high school. They grabbed the first place overall at the 2022 World Scholar’s Cup (WSC) held at Yale University, reported Antara, Thursday (15/12).

School instrumental in cultivating sense of tolerance and moderation in the young generation

As a country with diverse ethnicity and religion, it is important that the Indonesian people understand and practice tolerance and moderation in their interaction with other people from different backgrounds.

YPA-MDR supports more than 600 teachers to attend a seminar on the implementation of Freedom Curriculum

PT. Astra International Tbk, through the Astra Education Foundation – Michael D. Ruslim (YPA-MDR), conducted a national education seminar entitled “Realizing Learning Independence Through Freedom Curriculum” in Rote Ndao (12/11).

No homework for elementary and junior high school students in Surabaya starting today

There will be no homework for elementary and junior high school students in both public and private schools in Surabaya effective today, Thursday (10/11). School hours will also be reduced to 12.00 WIB. The Surabaya City Government will also use two hours (from 13.00 - 14.00 WIB) for character building education.

Unnes students create innovative spoon from veggie extract

Semarang State University (Unnes) students made an innovative edible, eco-friendly spoon called from basic ingredients, mainly wheat flour, vegetable extracts and tubers.

Badan Bahasa launches 5th edition EYD to accommodate rapid development of Bahasa Indonesia

The Education and Culture Ministry’s Language Development and Guidance Agency (Badan Bahasa) launched the fifth edition of the Enhanced Spelling of the Indonesian Language (EYD).

Indonesia readies 220 scholarships for Timor Leste students

Indonesia through the Indonesian embassy in Dili, Timor Leste, has prepared 220 scholarships for prospective students from Timor Leste to study at a number of universities in Indonesia.

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